In this course held at Dream Weavers’ interactive classroom, you will learn how to: • set your stage for vivid and memorable dreaming; • journal the details of each dream scene; and • decode the dream’s messages to gain understanding into your life and relationships. This course provides ample opportunities to practice what we learn through interactive “Share and Practice” sessions that follow the first week’s fundamentals. And don’t worry: We’ve heard it all! You’ll be amazed by what you learn about yourself and how you can better relate to others. The cost of the course is a $60 direct donation to the Omaha World-Herald‘s Goodfellows charity, where 100% of your donation is used to help others in our community. Class size is limited so register early!
Dream expert and author, Robert Moss, talks about children and their dreams in his book, “Dreaming True, How to Dream Your Future and Change Your Life for the Better.” He says children “are wonderful dream teachers because they emerged from the dream world very recently and haven’t yet learned that dreams are anything but real
There are several steps you can take to increase your chances of having dream recall. Your first steps involve setting the stage for active dreaming and recollection.
I started plotting my nighttime dreams when I was a child. Western dramas were popular on television then, so the dream setting was often a ranch in the Ponderosa pines or in a big valley. Action included plenty of horseback riding. I wore cowboy boots, a fringed gaucho skirt, and a felt hat with a